By: E&P Staff
Consumer Networks’ online coupon service, called Boodle, is now available on several more newspapers’ Web sites, according to a statement from the company.
Recent additions include The Denver Post, the Rocky Mountain News, and the Post-News Marketplace, in Denver; The Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y.; The Imperial Valley Press in El Centro, Calif.; The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash.; The Green Bay News-Chronicle in Green Bay, Wisc.; and the Record-Courier in Kent-Ravenna, Ohio.
Online or ?consumer-printed? coupon usage has tripled in the past year and continues to increase substantially each year according to Coupons, Inc., the industry leader in secure, trackable online coupon delivery.
?Consumers have come to rely on their local newspapers for coupons and now they can also expect to find them on their local newspaper?s web site,? Jeff Beliveau, Consumer Networks’ vice president of newspaper relations, said in a statement.
Today, coupons from Boodle are available on nearly 300 newspapers nationwide featuring valuable offers from consumer packaged goods companies such as General Mills, Kimberly-Clark, and SC Johnson.